The Osher Center for Integrative Medicine brings conventional and alternative medicine together—and, yes, yoga is good for you in the right doses. […]
The Maroon & Gold fund was created this past week to support startups born at BC, giving them a leg up in a game dominated by the likes of Harvard and MIT. […]
The MBTA’s late-night transit pilot program has served nearly half a million riders in six months—but they are looking for more in college students. […]
Part festival and part trade show, CollegeFest is the longest running college festival in the country. […]
At arguably the most innovative campus in Greater Boston, students are sharing their inventions in a new exhibition. […]
By: Maggie Maretz
This past Saturday, two of Boston University’s student-run agencies, AdLab and PRLab, sought to remedy the lack of networking and cooperative learning between students in Boston with an event called AT&T’s “Innovate Possible” Campus Challenge.
An MIT group has launched an initiative called Cranes for Collier, and there could be no greater tribute to fallen MIT police officer Sean Collier. […]
Warren E. Tolman, former Democratic state senator and attorney general hopeful, wants to change the way Massachusetts colleges and universities address sexual assault if he’s elected. […]
By: Kelly Coleman
The Boston Student Film Festival (BSFF) will make its third annual appearance between Thursday and Saturday, March 20-22.